IT Value Creation-The CIOs

October 2008
Hospitality Upgrade;Autumn2008, p53
Trade Publication
The article presents the perspectives of chief information officers (CIOs) regarding the advantage they gain in using information technology (IT) infrastructure in the U.S. Tim Stanley states that their IT has allowed them to expand their business which brings a total revenue of $10 billion. Paula Winkler notes that in suing the system, they were able to accumulate a total revenue of $26 billion. Todd Thompson adds that their revenue system generates them $10 billion from its 1,000 properties.


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